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Democracy and Religion in the Middle East

Sheridan College will host a discussion on the role of religion in Middle Eastern politics this Friday. Dr.

Americans Elect Party Gains Ballot Access

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield announced Monday that a new political party will be added to the 2012 General Election ballot. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger explains.

Snow Expected in Northeast Wyoming

As March approaches winter is still showing signs of sticking around in northeast Wyoming. National Weather Service Intern Shawn Campbell.

A Wrangler Rodeo Again

For the third straight year the Sheridan Wyo Rodeo will be a Silver Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo. Rodeo board member Zane Garstad.

Amended SFC Bill Passes House, Would Fund Coffeen

In the latest development during months of uncertainty about the project, Coffeen Elementary is tentatively set to be funded for rebuild in all three phases - planning, design and construction - in 2013-14.

Poll: Let Bush Tax Cuts Expire?

The Bush Tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2010 were given a two-year extension by President Barack Obama, and now a new deadline approaches.

Employees in Johnson County Assessor's Office Now Certified

All of the employees in the Assesor's Office at the Johnson County Courthouse are certified appraisers, at least at some level, according to County Assessor Cindy Rogers.

Buffalo's Feature In This Old House Appears On-line

Buffalo's feature in This Old House Magazine has been posted on-line and will appear in next month's magazine as well, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Wyoming Waiters Underpaid?

WY NEWS SERVICE -- A new study says that Wyoming restaurant workers may be underpaid.

Thickman Accepts Governor's Art Award

During a ceremony in Cheyenne Friday night Dr. Seymour Thickman of Sheridan was one of four to accept a Governor's Art Award.

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